Doors: 7:00 PMShow: 8:00 PMAll Ages$15 Day of Show (General Admission)Tickets are now on sale online at www.woolysdm.com or at the Wooly’s box office
Doors: 7:00 PM
Show: 8:00 PM
$15 Day of Show (General Admission)
Tickets are now on sale online at www.woolysdm.com or at the Wooly’s box office which is open weekdays from 12:00 – 5:00 PM.
Here are some safety precautions we are / have been practicing at Wooly’s which has been providing a safe environment for our fans at Wooly’s:
-Masks are required when attending a show. If you forget your mask, you can purchase one for $1 at the door.
-We will be disinfecting surface areas regularly & washing hands regularly.
-Our employees will be in PPE (Gloves, Masks)
-Hand sanitizer stations will be located throughout the venue and in restrooms.
-If you are not feeling well, please do not attend!
-Please message us with any questions or concerns at email@example.com.
Thank you for keeping our staff, performers, and patrons safe!
About Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears
Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears return with their most subversive record to date: an exploration of the sordid trappings of ego, isolation, consumption, waste, and war. Sonically inspired by the Hill Country blues, cowpunk, and the southern soul of Stax, this album charts new territory with a heavy stream of lyrical consciousness. This is The Difference Between Me & You.
The Difference is influenced by Lewis’ first decade on the road, embodying a deep repertoire of sounds and drawing from: the heavy grooves of Albert King, the punked-up blues of R.L. Burnside, the storytelling of Bobby “Blue” Bland, and the soulfully layered horns of the Stones. No one’s sound holds more weight than the next; all are all omnipresent throughout.
The Difference Between Me & You is the band’s fifth studio album. And while it’s an approach that might veer slightly from the typical sounds those who’ve followed the band are used to hearing, it was a conscious step in a new direction for Lewis. When asked, Lewis says he wanted to “make a more complex and reflective record” than he had before.